You get a call from Mrs. Corky, "hi matt and jodi, just wanted to let you know that someone knocked at my door and asked if they could cut my grass." Mrs Corky is a little eccentric, so that phone call didn't put us on alert. A few days later, Mr. Simpson calls, "hey guys, i think you should know there's a guy looking to get your work." i asked him to explain, and he said, "well the guy said, "i see you have your grass cut, if you tell me what you are paying, I will do it cheaper for you by a few dollars." Mr. Simpson asked him to leave. I said, "can you tell me who it is?" he described the guy to me, but I didn't recognize the description, and Mr. Simpson saw no truck. I thanked Mr. Simpson and hung up. A few weeks later, Matt was at an account when Mrs. Applebaum came out to talk to him, and told him a similar story about a guy knocking at her door, etc, etc. etc. hhhhhhmmmmm, so what do you do? ignore it because you are pretty sure your customers are happy with you, and if you lose a few price shoppers no big deal? send out a letter to all your customers notifiying them that you think someone is stalking your accounts and to not be alarmed if someone knocks at their door..... or just wait and hope to catch the guy in the act? what can you really do??? just thought it would be interesting to see what others say, and i'll tell you what we did later.